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's "washington journal does quote a representative peter welch talks about the fiscal cliff negotiations. -- " ashington journal" has representative peter welch talk about the fiscal cliff negotiations. after that, joseph schatz on estate tax. >> we are at the new york state museum. this is every gallery that is dedicated to the history of september 11 and the attacks on new york's world trade center. we have decided that this gallery could heltell the storyf the first moment of attack using objects found out the site. this is a he said steel from the south tower -- and this is a piece of from the south tower. because the visitor a real tangible experience. this is a piece of steel from the north tower. this is a germanic piece of steel. iece of steel.pic you can see where the windows would have been. every piece of steel is marked so you know which build theing, which floor. this one was picked because it was close to the impact. it has the chart numbers 71-74 from the time of construction. the numbers stamped inside the steel correlates with that. >> this weekend, join us as we look be
you do not and -- getting passed this fiscal cliff by creating another one with the debt ceiling. the best way out -- we passed a bill yesterday on the floor, it passed 98-0. that does not make news. it came out of committee -- a defense authorization bill. you had a majority and minority that work together. all kinds of amendments that were agreed to and voted on. and it passed. that is what we have not been doing. we have had bills come out of both leader offices, airdrop on the floor, that are intended not to pass but to show differences. if we can not just through regular -- go through regular order, things would be just fine. >> they have regular order in the house. >> regular order in the house has not brought compromise. i would like to see things go to regular order. i am a big proponent of allowing them to work -- we do need to recognize that in the era of divided government, where you have one party in control of the white house and another in control of the house, you are going to have a lot of give and take. in that environment, commonplace is essential. it -- if you
before congress finds an opportunity to either avoid or move or solve some of the fiscal cliff issues and fiscal challenges we face. thank you for the remarks earlier and the work and the commission he co-lead. -- co-led. i encourage everyone to take a close read. it is filled with good analytics. i fully agree with your comment earlier about the disco -- the disconnect. we are facing our own serious challenges. they seem so overwhelming that the notion of adding in a layer of complexity, to think about the consequences outside of washington may seem overwhelming. there is some of that work that gets done. but i agree it is often inadequate and often comes too late in the game and does not weigh on policy maker's mines -- policymakers' mineds. specifics from practitioners from folks who do know what it is like in the different states. let me briefly outline. i will introduce the chief of the staff for five seconds each. give them a few minutes to share their views. the floor will be yours to talk about whatever issues that you think are most important to describe your own successes an
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